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Published on 08/23/09 at 11:14
What technical specifications motivated your choice? For what purpose? What is your config (motherboard / CPU / Ram / Hard ,...)? Which instruments or Systmes (console, prampli, DtDs ...) you use the connection and how? * ...

So first of all the price t dcisif clearly a factor. As yet LYCEN, and therefore not pay, I had to find a quality product at the lowest cot, this card silent solution.

My goal silent can record my guitar and my drums electro and mix with all other virtual instruments.

My config: AMD Athlon 3000 +, 512 MB RAM, Windows XP SP2. A basic pc for several years bought in supermarkets.

I have plugged my logitech 2.1 kit and my guitar jack connections. Know that there is a port xlr I do not use.

However, it lacks a MIDI port, but it n'tait certainly not possible for the same price.

UTILIZATION

The drivers are stable? Are they often put day? What software do you use most often? What latency you get and how many tracks you get record / playback simultanment? * ...

Drivers trs stable and extremely simple to install. Few days up I think.
I use most often cubase. Mo silent nLast project consists of two MIDI tracks and 10 audio tracks. I started feeling some limitations, surely put on the account of my pc configuration.

GETTING STARTED

Installation is no problem it? Have you experienced any incompatibility? Gnrale The configuration is easy? The manual is clear and sufficient? * ...

Installation very simple and quick handling thanks to the manual trs.
Please refer to the Cubase LE bundle and a tutorial PDF that tells you how to do basic things such as configure the card, record, etc ... In short, in ten minutes you'll master the bte

OVERALL OPINION

How long you use it and what is the particular feature you like best and least? Have you tried many other models before acqurir? How do you report qualitprix ? With the exprience, you do again this choice? * ...

I use it for 6 months is my Premire card. I am discovering the joys of home studio, I have no point of comparison, but for beginners as I shut it a few months ago I strongly advise trs.
With xprience may be I will try to find a card that includes a MIDI port.

Most:
Price, two entries 6.35/mini jack jack, all knobs on the front, discretion, grip, stability.

The -:
Lack of "characters" of which I had the prampli to beginners. I do not know if this exists but it would be really nice to be able t custom settings <img class="smiley" src="https://fr.audiofanzine.com/images/audiofanzine/interface/smileys/icon_lol.gif" alt="" /> .
The USB cable can be a bit short.
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